Sunday October 25, 2020

Reach Out: How to deal with comfort eating

Indulging a bit in your favourite food when something upsets you is okay, and everyone is likely to do it from time to time.

9th December, 2012
ReachOut helps young people through tough times.

Indulging a bit in your favourite food when something upsets you is okay, and everyone is likely to do it from time to time.

However, comfort eating may be a problem if you are regularly feeling sad, angry, hopeless, bored or lonely, and are using food to cope with these feelings.

Comfort eating will not fix your problems, and can even make you feel worse afterwards. Then you are left with same emotional issue, and...

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